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Izat Waiswa, the Kayunga Village LC I Vice chairperson, says there are many unemployed youth who are derailed to commit crime as a means of survival. He called upon security agencies to increase presence in their village and the surrounding areas so as to eliminate cases of theft.
The deceased being retrieved from the scene of crime.

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Police is investigating the brutal killing of 25-year-old Emmanuel Isabirye, a resident of Kayunga village in Mafubira Sub County in Jinja district. 

His lifeless was found dumped in Wakitaka valley.

The deceased had small wounds around the neck, two small bottles of Uganda Waragi in his pockets and open shoes in his hands. 

The body was discovered by builders working on a small building next to the valley around 9:00am on Sunday.  

Jovan Kabukye, a friend to the deceased says Isabirye might have been killed by his business rivals. 

“Isabirye like many of us here is a hustler, and we survive on small contracts from other peoples’ farms at night, therefore I suspect that, he might have failed to agree with his colleagues who killed him,” he said.  

Izat Waiswa, the Kayunga Village LC I Vice chairperson, says there are many unemployed youth who are derailed to commit crime as a means of survival. 

He called upon security agencies to increase presence in their village and the surrounding areas so as to eliminate cases of theft.  

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Patrick Mugenyi, the officer in charge of Mafubira police station confirmed the incident, said they handed over the deceased’s body to Jinja Regional Referral hospital mortuary for postmortem. 

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